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Cooking Channel filming Portland-area eateries

The Cooking Channel has been in the Portland area this week, filming the inner workings of the Holy Donut, Scratch Baking Co. and two other local restaurants.

Mega lands $100K contract with New Mexico lab

Gorham manufacturer Mega Industries has received a $98,452 contract to finish work on a high-power radio frequency system at Los Alamos Neutron Science Center in New Mexico.

WEX adjusted net income dips in Q2

James McCarthy |

Although lower fuel prices and volatility in foreign currency markets continue to cut into its adjusted net income, WEX Inc. (NYSE:WEX) slightly beat analysts' expectations in reporting a 6% increase...

Feds give $1M to three Maine museums

The Portland Museum of Art and two other Maine museums have received a total of nearly $1 million in funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

MECA mulls partnership with documentary school

After announcing that it would close doors this fall, the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland may be rescued through a possible partnership with the Maine College of Art.

Portland nonprofit buys downtown building for $1.4M to protect artist spaces

Dylan Martin |

Portland arts nonprofit SPACE Gallery has purchased the downtown building where it has been a tenant for 13 years — a move that secures a permanent home for the nonprofit and the dozens of...

Brunswick Landing to benefit from $10M ‘anaerobic digester’

Construction is underway at Brunswick Landing for a $10 million facility that converts biological waste into a kind of biogas that’s used to generate electricity.

Tilson awarded $270K for broadband project

Portland-based Tilson Technology Management has won a $270,335 contract to design, engineer and build a broadband network in a section of Ellsworth that includes the city's Commerce Park, an...

Portland receives $2.7M for low-income housing

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded more than $2,773,730 through three grant programs to the City of Portland for investment in low-income housing projects.

More people eating their way through Maine

Food is an increasing draw in Maine both for tourists and locals wanting to know more about where what they eat is sourced and produced.